Thursday, September 17, 2009

Managing Schedules

I would never be able to get a job as a master scheduler, this is for sure.

I get so flustered when it comes to getting everything in correct.
Daniel's school schedule, his therapies, doctors, then add in my schedule, Lonnie's, and Victoria's.

Needless to say we are running pretty much all the time, and we need more hours per day to get everything done. It just doesn't work.

So many late nights, early mornings, and power naps we are struggling through each day.
And we constantly still have a running list of things that we weren't able to accomplish.
Great way to crush any self esteem you might have still had, when you feel like you go to bed each night with the word FAILURE tattooed on your forehead!

1 comment:

Kristina said...

Personally, I'm incredibly thankful for the reminder phone call that most appointments come with. What would I do if they stop giving reminders???? Probably miss loads of appointments! We've tried going to an online calendar, but I seem to just be best with writing everything on the kitchen one and that does me no good at all when I'm out scheduling the next apt. I guess what I'm trying to say in a very long winded, round about way is that I'm in the same boat with you!

As for the failure, I've learned to make my to do list no more than two items and pray that I get at least one thing on the list done in a day - and that is usually a shower for me!